|Image taken from: Amazon.com|
There were a four types of cleansing lotions on the shelves at the shops, so there's one that should suit your skin type - age care (for mature skin), moist (for dry skin), bright up (for dull skin), and sebum (for oily skin). I picked sebum because of my annoyingly oily skin.
|Half torn up packaging on the bottle|
I have used this cleansing lotion about 3-4 times already and I'm in love with it! It is water based, unlike the Shu Uemura one but it's surprisingly just as effective as removing my gazillion layers of waterproof mascara.
The instructions say to soak a cotton pad using about 3 pumps and wipe makeup off gently. Repeat until all makeup is removed. I found that I had to use about 4 cotton pads to remove all traces of makeup. As a result, I have used up quite a lot of cleansing lotion already (about 1/6 of the bottle). I don't remember how much I paid for this, but I don't think it was anymore than SGD$20 (~AUD$17). It's not extremely expensive, but it's not dirt cheap either.
|1 pump of Bifesta Sebum Cleansing Lotion|
The Bifesta Sebum Cleansing Lotion is also fragrance free, which I don't particularly care about, but it'll be perfect for anyone with sensitive skin. It is also non-cosmedogenic, paraben free, colouring free and alcohol free.
I think I'll most likely repurchase this. It's such an amazing makeup removing product that would be perfect if you had to travel really light or if you just want to go to take your face off and go to bed.
I have found this on eBay for about AUD$20 if you would like to give it a go.
The age care one can be found here, bright up here, moist here.
Please note that I'm not affiliated with the seller on eBay, and you're purchasing those products at your own risk.